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This guide has been designed for educational purposes. It contains resources, including those available through the ANZCA Library, to support the understanding of the different Roles in Practice.
Note: These resources have been sub-divided by tab for each of the different categories, and where applicable the code numbers for resources applicable to different categories from the Roles in Practice have been used.
General titles of interest
Core Clinical Competencies in Anesthesiology: A Case-Based Approach by The core clinical competencies in anesthesiology can be pretty blurry - just how do they apply to real life? This book answers this question, incorporating the core clinical competencies into an engaging format that anesthesiologists like - case studies. So, far from being a 'dry and dusty volume of forgotten lore', this book actually makes learning the competencies fun! Written in the same engaging style as a number of other anesthesia books (specifically, the Board Stiff opus) by leading anesthesiologists from leading medical centers across the United States, this book will bring the core clinical competencies to life for medical students.
Call Number: 617.96076 COR
Publication Date: 2010-07-06
Essential Guide to Generic Skills by This is a vital text to help you with the competency assessment in the UK Foundation Programme giving practical advice in an easy to follow format. It advises new doctors on note-keeping, time management/organisation, communicating with colleagues, the structure of the NHS, and how to deal with the ethical and legal issues they face when on-call.
Publication Date: 2006-10-06
OST Training in Anaesthesia: A Curriculum-Based Guide by Training in Anaesthesia is a curriculum-based guide to the first phase of specialty training in anaesthetics, comprehensively covering the techinques, assessments, and basic medical and physiological knowledge that trainees learn as part of their basic training and which are examined by the Primary FRCA qualification.
Publication Date: 2010-05-20
Time to Care: How to Love Your Patients and Your Job by Supplementary website: http://www.heartsinhealthcare.com/
Publication Date: 2012
CPD Credit: CPD participants may claim this under Knowledge and skills ‘Journal readings’ activity at 1 credit per hour.
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